The CRISPR/Cas9 genetic scissors, one of gene technology’s sharpest tools, has revolutionised the molecular life sciences. The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2020 has been awarded jointly to Emmanuelle Charpentier and
Phenomics Australia is establishing new functional genomics screening capabilities with $1m investment. This state-of-the-art automated functional genomics screening platform will enable direct linkage of gene function (discovery) and sequence
We’re pleased to announce new investments worth $1.2m into enhancement of our various service nodes at SAHMRI, The Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, The University of Melbourne, WEHI,
Over the past year the VCFG has established a high throughput 3D screening platform using either 96 or 384 well plate format. This platform enables researchers to study cell lines, patient- or PDX-derived material to
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